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Welcome to the holiday region Heidiland in Eastern Switzerland

Information about Corona virus

Public life in Switzerland is considerably restricted. Shops, restaurants and bars are open again. From 6 June, establishments such as casinos, wellness facilities, swimming pools, camping sites, mountain railways, toboggan runs or bike and rope parks will be allowed to reopen. In addition, from 6 June, public events are permitted for up to 300 people. From 30 May onwards, gatherings with a maximum of 30 people are permitted in public spaces, namely in public squares, on footpaths and in parks. The police may impose a fine for non-compliance.

For detailed information on the current situation, please refer to the official information from the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) and the cantons of Graubünden (website in German) and St. Gallen (website in German).

FAQ about Corona virus

Do I have to expect travel restrictions to Switzerland?

According to the ordinance of 25 March 2020, all persons except those from the Principality of Liechtenstein are currently denied entry to Switzerland. Only Swiss nationals, persons with a residence permit in Switzerland and cross-border commuters are allowed to enter Switzerland. This regulation is expected to apply until 15 June.

Last update on 05-28-2020 by Olga Shostak.

Are leisure facilities, restaurants & bars open?

Restaurants and bars as well as all shops, markets, entertainment and leisure facilities such as sports centres, museums or libraries are open. Cinemas, concert and theatre halls, zoos and mountain areas are scheduled to reopen on 6 June 2020. A current list of alternative offers in the holiday region Heidiland (German) can be found here.

Last update on 05-28-2020 by Olga Shostak.

Are hotels and other accommodations open?

Hotels and accommodations such as holiday apartments are open. It is advisable to contact the respective local establishment directly and find out about any restrictions.

Camping sites are not allowed to accommodate guests for tourist purposes. Permanent camping is already allowed.

Last update on 05-28-2020 by Olga Shostak.

Which events are cancelled?

From midnight on 16th of March 2020, all public and private events are prohibited. This applies for the time being until 6th of June 2020. Then events up to a maximum of 300 people are allowed again.

Last update on 05-28-2020 by Olga Shostak.

Which offers can still be used?

Leisure activities are possible according to the authorities, but with the known restrictions of the applicable hygiene and conduct rules. Enjoy nature in the holiday region Heidiland by cycling or hiking, alone or with people from the same household. In principle, the following still applies: On the instructions of the authorities, personal mobility must still be reduced to what is necessary. As many non-essential contacts between people as possible should be prevented.

Last update on 04-28-2020 by Olga Shostak.

What about my already booked trip?

In case of cancellations and possible cancellation costs, we ask you to contact the landlord/landlady directly. The insurance benefits and insurance cover must be clarified in each individual case. We also refer you to the information provided by the industry association Hotelleriesuisse.

Last update on 04-02-2020 by Olga Shostak.

Are the Heidiland tourist offices open?

The Heidiland tourist offices in Bad Ragaz and Flumserberg will be open again from Monday 25 May. Our guest service team can still be reached by phone and e-mail from 08.00 - 12.00 (Monday - Friday). The team at the headquarter is reachable during normal business hours.

Last update on 05-28-2020 by Olga Shostak.

Leisure paradise in Eastern Switzerland

Clear air, impressive mountains, deep blue lakes and above all the Heidi myth, which has retained its great magic: In the holiday region Heidiland, Lake Walen with Churfirsten, the summer and winter sports areas Flumserberg and Pizol, the Sarganserland with its side valleys and the vineyards of the Bündner Herrschaft form the backdrop for recreational experiences with added value. The tourism region in the border region of the cantons of St. Gallen and Graubünden can be reached via motorways or by train from Zurich or Lake Constance within one hour.

Families immerse themselves in the world of Heidi and Peter at the original site of Heidi history, active guests are on their way between lake and mountain with a hiking backpack or mountain bike or regenerate in the health resort Bad Ragaz. Wine staggers, over a dozen gourmet restaurants and local culture await connoisseurs. In the cold season, the winter sport areas of Flumserberg and Pizol with over 100 km of slopes are a delight.

Ausblick vom Palfries auf Churfirsten

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The holiday region Heidiland stretches from Lake Walen to the gates of Churs. We tell you what to expect in the tourist hotspots.

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